[FF] ‘A rebellious gun
and an enslaved hand…’ It takes time for them
to befriend each other. ‘But one cannot say
that in Paramjeet’s case.’ ‘In spite of him being well educated,
his father died’ ‘with the unfulfilled dream
of seeing him as an officer.’ ‘And Paramjeet’ ‘turned to ashes in
his father’s burning pyre’ ‘and what was left’ ‘behind was Pammi.’ [Prayers] [Prayers] Headman? Yes? I wanted to talk to you. What is it? If you could get me a job? What about education? That’s all I have done so far. Father spent all his
earnings on my education. And died with an unfulfilled
dream of me having a good job. What would you like to do? I’ll do whatever I am asked to do. I need to look after my aging mother. I don’t want her to suffer at this age. Fine. I’ll set you up somewhere once
you are done with these formalities. All the formalities
ended once my father died. I didn’t have a job back then either. It’s not a big deal. Consider your job done. The person we are going to
knows how to tactfully twist an arm. That’s why I am asking you not to worry. Right. Bye. Pamma, listen to me very carefully. Never say no to Bhaiji. You should always say yes to him.
Do you understand? Okay. Iron rusts. When I don’t even let
window grills catch rust then how I let weapons rust? Hello, Bhaiji. Come, Jagjit Singh. Have a seat. So tell me, what brings you here? I was just passing by so I
thought I should drop in to say hello. Everything alright? It is, with your grace. The job you had asked
me to do has been handled. Just make sure that
the payment is handled. Bhaiji, I have already
received the payment. Bhaiji I had a request. Yes? This boy is from my village. If you could give him a job? He is unemployed. Thanks to the government we are never out of manpower. Son? Pamma? Pamma! Yes? Son, will you work for me? Yes, I will do whatever
you ask me to do. Fine, then go and make
me a nice cup of tea. I could make tea at home as well. Huh? If he doesn’t want to make
tea then ask him to kill Jagga instead. I can do that. Have you ever even beat up a dog? I didn’t know one had to beat
up a dog before one kills a person. Do you even know who Jagga is? He must be someone great to
have all of you talking about him. If you are able to kill Jagga then I shall always
treat you like a prince. [indistinct chatter] At least give me a pistol or something. These won’t be firing any bullets. Will a person die if
I shoot from this close? Keep the down. It is empty. Can I take this bicycle? Bhaiji, why did you give him a pistol? 90% chances are that
he will sell it and do drugs Right. But there is still a 10% chance
that he ends up killing Jagga. “They make you leave
this world forever.” “Rebels don’t believe in killing time.” “The ones who are hot-blooded” “Doesn’t waste time thinking.” “The ones who likes
to play with bullets” “Also have the courage to face them.” “The ones who are brave” “Can also stop flowing water.” “People who know how to kill” “They don’t issue warnings,
they just shoot.” “People who know how to kill” “They don’t issue warnings,
they just shoot.” Move faster. – Hello, Paaji.
– Hello. – Why haven’t the goods been delivered?
– We don’t know what to do, Paaji. We don’t have enough
people to move the goods. Government has no jobs to give.
Markets don’t have any business. We have educated
population sitting idle. And you say you don’t
have enough people? – Hello, boss.
– Hello. So, have they agreed? Not as yet. They will. Keep him another week here. They will agree. – Hello?
– Hello, is that Jagga? Yes, speaking. Pamma here. Pamma who? I am not famous enough yet. But I soon will be. After I kill you. You scoundrel, I’ll… Please don’t cuss. I respect you a lot. You have just a week. Bloody knucklehead. This is a warning. I said a week just for the heck of it. I’ll kill you in the next 2-3 days. Hey. Hello. Who was it, Paaji? Some idler. Like one of those who
used to like poppy pods and we hooked them up to heroin. With whose permission did you come in? I wanted to make a phone call. Does this look like a telephone booth? I just made one phone call.
It’s not a big deal. You rascal.
You look like a thief. You say it’s not a big deal. Go. Get lost from here. I wonder where they come from. How dare you slap me? How dare you slap me? You think you are
some hardcore goon, huh? You dog! You… Get lost. Hello? Hello? Hello, sir? I wonder what is wrong now. He’ll get us into trouble. Bhaiji, that clown called up Jagga and gave him a warning
that he’ll kill him. Bhaiji, I knew he won’t
be able to do anything. You shouldn’t have given him a pistol. Who knows where he is now. Piece of crap didn’t
work where it should have. I had thought Jagga would
take your first bullet. But you fired up now. ‘Bhaiji was wondering whether
he made a mistake by sending Pamma’ ‘whereas Pamma thought that he would
be able to kill Jagga very easily.’ ‘Jagga stayed fearless
in spite of the threat.’ ‘He thought no one
could dare to kill him.’ ‘Pamma was lost in his own world.’ ‘He was on a lookout for Jaggi.’ Paaji, the load is… It must as it should be. ‘Pammi had started scouting Jagga.’ ‘When and where he
goes and at what time.’ ‘Pammi had only one thing in mind.’ ‘Where should he ambush Jagga?’ ‘Pamma was keeping an
eye on every moment of Jagga.’ Get me a cup of tea. How many cars pass through here? Plenty, brother. Junction is close by. ‘Jaggi didn’t fear the
warning he had received.’ ‘Jagga was busy with his work as usual.’ I tried to convince him politely,
but he didn’t give in. ‘As days progressed,
Bhaiji grew more concerned.’ Kashi, get me a packet. Right away, sir. ‘Pammi now knew where
he could ambush Jagga.’ Here. Recognised me? Who are you? I had given you a warning. Pamma. Get the scoundrel! He ran away. Get the scoundrel! Paaji! – Do you have a pistol?
– No. Then why are you following me,
to get peanuts? Get lost. You should oil it well. – Bhaiji!
– Hello, bro. Bhaiji! Come.
You have pleased me. The news of your great
deed reached us before you could. Tell me, what do you want? I want to sit with you, on your cot. This is called useful man. Just like you brought that clown today headman has brought
Pammi here a few days ago. And now he is sitting next to me. Get me a good pistol. It got stuck twice. Henceforth,
everything you get will be good. Here you go. Listen… He must have asked you to make tea. You made it. He had asked me as well, but I didn’t. You need to kill a
person to sit on the cot. You will be making tea
for the rest of your life. It’s not sweet enough.
Go get me some sugar. Go. Listen… They way you walk I think we will have
to shift front pockets behind. Go, get it. Bhaiji? Get me a sandal, please. My slipper’s centre
grip keeps coming off. It came off twice while
I was trying to kill Jagga. Asshole. You… I don’t give a warning
before killing someone. Shinde someone shot Jagga. Hello.
I am Prince Kanwaljit Singh. You just saw our first episode of Warning. Do let us know how did you
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